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'Netflix Tax' Could Put a Dent in Binge-Watching
Multiple California cities are looking into a tax on video-streaming services like Netflix and Amazon.
Chipotle Sued Over Calorie Count Claims
The "GMA" team of insiders analyze some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Donald Trump Agrees to Settle Trump University Lawsuits
The president-elect's legal team has decided to pay $25 million to settle the class-action suits in California and New York.
President-elect Trump to Settle Trump University Lawsuit
Some news broke that. Trump is nearing a settlement and the trump university fraud lawsuit he wouldn't you would agree to pay between twenty point five million and admit no wrong doing. So why wouldn't pay the money if there's no wrong doing because he wants to get it all away and and what he
Go Inside the Spy Museum's Secret Collection
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Samsung Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Note7 Smartphones
Owners are seeking damages for having to pay charges on contract after being told to power down their phones while waiting for a replacement.
Former Wells Fargo Employees Sue Bank Amid Scandal
Two former workers at Wells Fargo who say they were fired for doing the right thing are fighting back. They filed a class action lawsuit against the bank seeking two point six billion dollars. Or more for California workers who fired who were fired or demoted for refusing to open fake accounts.
Erin Brockovich on Recent Environmental Threats
ABC News' Paula Faris talks with the consumer advocate about the Mulberry, Fla., sinkhole and the Flint, Mich., water crisis.
Wells Fargo Sued After Accounts Scandal
The CEO whose bank had fake customer accounts has been called to Washington Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will testify before the senate banking committee tomorrow. Centers will want to know how and why so many employees open of so many unauthorized accounts. In order to boost their sales numbers the
Jerry Nadler on His History With Donald Trump
ABC News' Ben Siegel interviews Rep. Jerry Nadler on his history with Donald Trump.